IABC World Conference 2021
April 5, 2021
The Free Job of the Week Newsletter
This is JOTW newsletter number 1,892
“Happiness makes up in height for what it lacks in length.”
– Robert Frost
This edition of JOTW comes to you from Springfield, Virginia.
*** Welcome to the JOTW network!
You are one of more than 5,970+ members in the JOTW subscriber network.
This is the award-winning free Job of the Week e-mail networking newsletter for professional communicators, dedicated to the positive unanticipated consequences of networking, or as we call it, “nedworking.” JOTW is a cooperative service. That means JOTW relies on the contributions of its members, like you. We share job opportunities, news and information about the job market, as well as swapping stories about life’s peculiarities. We connect you with others who are like you, and together we help each other. What a concept. Did I mention it’s free?
*** To submit a job for sharing on JOTW, please provide the job title, organization or company, and location and send it to Ned at firstname.lastname@example.org. Provide a link or contact info so people can check out your listing or follow up if interested.
*** Posting a job is free. Recruiters can submit up to three jobs for free. Each job listing may be posted once in the newsletter for free
I request that you do not send pdf files that I have to copy and reformat. I prefer you provide your very brief job description in an email rather than an enclosure. Please limit the size of your position descriptions (generally to 500 words or less). “Can’t Wait” blast email priority listings are $300, and “Top Job” placement is $100. Just send to me at email@example.com.
*** This is a cooperative service. It relies on your participation and contribution. As you receive the benefit of this free newsletter, you should also send in jobs you learn about. This is especially the case when there are job listings in the companies that you work for.
*** To sign up for JOTW’s new Google Groups list, send an email to Ned at firstname.lastname@example.org and request to join the JOTW listserv. If you received this as an email from email@example.com, then you are on this list.
*** This week’s Can’t Wait postings:
A JOTW Can’t Wait posting from Gillian Shurland with the Families USA Foundation:
1.) Senior Director, Communications, Families USA Foundation, Washington, DC
See link to job below.
Can’t Wait jobs: These jobs are forwarded to the entire list as soon as they are received, and do not wait for the Monday newsletter, and are posted prominently on the JOTW website. Then they are posted first in the weekly JOTW newsletter. Can’t Wait postings cost $300. Contact Ned at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*** This week’s Top Job:
None this week.
Top Jobs: Stand above the rest. Your job can be right here, at the top of the weekly JOTW newsletter. Top job placement costs $100 per job per week. To be on top, contact Ned at email@example.com.
*** If you find out about a job opportunity in communications, send it to me (firstname.lastname@example.org), and I’ll share it with the JOTW network.
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*** March 32nd feedback:
*** From John:
Ned are you stopping? Hope all is well!
*** From Beth:
Too funny. Oh, I’m replying on March 33rd.
*** From Amy:
I am dying laughing. Hilarious!
Hope you are well Ned!
*** From Mary Ann:
Oh my. This was a punch in the gut….until I read the date.
*** From Karen:
Just realized that your JOTW coincided with April Fools Day!!! Duh! So glad you will be continuing to provide this terrific newsletter and service!
All the best,
*** From Jack:
Not sure if you sent this or if your account has been spoofed. Thought I’d check before opening the attachment, though.
*** From Mac Pritchard of Mac’s List:
I don’t we’ve ever talked, but like you I’m a communications professional who started my own job list.
I’ve followed Ned’s Job of the Week over the years and I’ve always been impressed by the good job you’ve done curating your listings and your sense of humor, too. Thank you for everything you’ve done over the last two decades to help job seekers.
(Ned replies: Then you have noticed how many of your listings I have posted…usually three postings, and at least once a month…maybe more. )
*** From Susan:
So sorry to hear. I just lost my job and was so looking forward to your contacts.
You done good for so long.
Thank you, Very grateful for everything.
All the best, see you on Facebook …
*** From Stephanie:
I’ve been subscribing since 2006 and STILL fell for this 🤣 The infamous March 32!
*** From Hal:
Wait… it’s April 1st, not March 32nd… Must be… April Fools!
*** From Mark:
The ULTIMATE April Fool’s gag.
*** From Taj:
Happy April Fools!
Thanks for the awesome work you do, Ned. Cheers to 20 more years 😉
*** From Beth:
Ha ha ha! 😊👍
*** From Christy:
*** From Paul:
Say it ain’t true, Joe.
*** From Randy:
HAHAHA, happy April Fools Day to you too.
*** From Carol:
you scared me there for a minute, but i get the joke now. Happy April Fool’s Day! 🙂
*** From Karla:
Thank you for all you did Ned!
*** From Lisa:
I don’t understand this message – I have been a subscriber for years and would hate to see this go?
A disappointing way to end a subscription service if this is accurate – I have enjoyed all of the personal notes and information and would hope for a better way to know the service has ended and understand why. The JOTW is well known and influential in DC. Please let us know if it will be continued.
*** From Lynn:
Ned: Is this your April Fool’s joke? If so, I had a momentary panic, then smiled.
*** From Donna:
You always fool me, Ned! You’d think by now I’d realize ahead of time…..
Happy April Fools Day!
*** From Pat:
I’m grateful to have received your newsletters for many years and appreciate this service you have provided to communicators. This is a tough time, and people may not have been as engaged as they were previously. I’m sorry you won’t be publishing any longer, your newsletter will be missed.
All best wishes to you,
*** From Jenny:
i almost fell for it! lolololol happy april fool’s – the best day of the year!
*** From Michael:
HA! WHEW!! I got all jittery there for a moment…
I am, indeed, an April fool!
*** From Janna:
I always love your April Fool’s editions. Ever clever!
*** From Kris:
You got me good with this one, Ned!
*** From Sheila:
I always enjoy your April Fools edition.
Thanks for the laughs.
*** From Kirsten:
Ha! Ned, you’re a hoot. Never change.
*** From Deb:
Lol … well played! You absolutely had me for a second.
Happy April 1.
*** From Jessica:
Not funny 🙂 I can’t believe it’s been 20 years – thanks for your hard work and dedication to this. It’s greatly greatly appreciated!
*** From Tracy:
Good morning, Ned,
Just a short note to add my regrets to the many I’m sure you have received regarding the discontinuation of your Job of the Week network service.
I know this represented an incredible amount of planning and work on your part. Although the existing address Base did not participate to the level you needed, it still represents potential that could/should be explored and examined. Those 5000+ names represent a resource that I feel certain you are reevaluating. If there is anything I can do to assist or support that process, please let me know.
*** From Lucia:
March 32? Happy April Fools!
*** From Susan:
Thank you for your many years of service. I wish you all the best going forward.
*** From David:
Enjoy the day.
*** From Marty:
I want my money back. I subscribed to this rag thinking that I could get you to do all of the work, find jobs that I dismiss outright as being too far away or too close. Shame on you for leading me on all these years.
*** From Mina:
Oh no it IS April 1! Briefly got me!
*** From Laura:
Thank you for all the years of help identifying jobs. You’ve done it tirelessly and with wit and humor.
*** From Jill:
I am one of the inactive – running my own business now and have not been looking or listing for several years.
Enjoyed a well-earned retirement from this effort.
(Ned replies: Retirement won’t commence until March 33rd.)
*** From Jocelyn:
Oof. My heart stopped, until I saw it was March 32nd…lol
*** From Beth:
This is sad, but thank you for doing it for as long as you did. I appreciated it.
*** From Sara:
At first my heart DROPPED and then, then I realized it was March 32. I’m the April Fool here. Cheers to you, Ned, and THANKS for such a tremendous network. Appreciate you and all the love you put into it.
*** From Karen:
Oh no, Ned!!! I am so sorry!!! I loved this newsletter and referred a number of students and professional friends to it!!!
*** From Chris:
Skipper — A sincere Thank You for many years of great service to our community.
JOTW was a regular source of great assistance, and of great actionable-intelligence, for our public affairs/communicator members.
It was always the first resource I shared with the junior people I mentored. As such, it helped countless communicators to get their careers started.
*** From Nichole:
😳🤣i love march 32, 2021!!!
*** From Darren:
HaHa. Very good, my friend. And Happy April Fool’s Day to you to.
*** From Robin (Received three minutes after I sent the announcement):
Hahaha! Happy April Fool’s Day, Ned!
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The latest issue of Your Very Next Step newsletter is available online NOW!
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By Ned Lundquist
This edition of YVNS was sent to YVNS readers from Springfield, Virginia.
Lots of travel and adventure news, vacation ideas, tips and features.
6 cool volunteer and internship opportunities
45 travel/conservation/adventure jobs
Check it out, because your next adventure begins with your very next step.
“Your Very Next Step” adventure/outdoors/conservation newsletter, published by Ned Lundquist, is a cooperative community, and everyone is invited, no…encouraged, no…urged to participate. Share your adventures with the network today! Send to email@example.com.
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Do you have any interesting travel and adventure stories, tips, suggestions, adventures or destinations to share? Send to Ned at email@example.com for the next issue of YVNS.
*** From Woody Goulart:
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*** Here are your JOTW job opportunities for this week:
*** A JOTW Can’t Wait posting from Gillian Shurland with the Families USA Foundation:
Families USA has one (1) job offering to post on your website and in your newsletter.
o Senior Director, Communications
The link below is the posting on our careers site and there are instructions of how applicants can apply to the position. This position is based in Washington, DC. This is a “Can’t Wait” posting.
Gillian Shurland, SHRM-SCP, SPHR
Director of Talent and Happiness
1.) Senior Director, Communications, Families USA Foundation, Washington, DC
2.) Senior Program and Partnership Development Associate, Population Media Center (PMC), Remote/Washington D.C.
3.) Associate Director, Corporate Communications, CRISPR Therapeutics AG, Cambridge, MA
4.) Director – Public Relations & Corporate Communications, Alarm.com, Tysons Corner, VA
5.) Marketing Intern PT BI Retail Communications, BOSCH GROUP, Uxbridge, Denham, United Kingdom
6.) Bosch Corporation Internship at the Corporate Communications Department, BOSCH GROUP, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
7.) Marketing & Communications Manager, Generator, Burlington, VT
9.) Medical Communications Content Manager Oncology, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharma GmbH & Co. KG., Rhineland-Palatinate-Ingelheim, Germany
10.) Senior Manager Internal Communications, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharma GmbH & Co. KG., Rhineland-Palatinate-Ingelheim, Germany
11.) Director, Communications, Immuta, Boston, MA
*** From Erin Virginia Copland:
I’d like to post a job announcement with your site and/or newsletter. Please let me know if there are any fees involved. I’ve attached the job description as a Word document and the link to the job description is here: https://www.start.umd.edu/careers/assistant-research-scientist-global-terrorism-database-gtd
If you need any other information, please let me know.
Erin V. Copland
Acting Communications Manager
Outreach and Transition Specialist
National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START)
University of Maryland
12.) Marketing Assistant, National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START), University of Maryland, College Park, MD
The National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) is now hiring a marketing assistant to work in the field of marketing and communication for START’s headquarters at the University of Maryland, College Park. This is an hourly position of up to 10 hours per week, with a term of 3 months, starting in May 2021.
As part of START’s effort to recruit master’s level students for START’s graduate programs, START seeks a marking assistant that can assist with design, delivery, and management of both paid and unpaid program advertising.
Responsibilities for this position include:
- Support Acting Communications Manager in ensuring search engine optimization for web page
- Draft language for social media content and paid ads
- Track, schedule, and post social media content directly or using Hootsuite
- Track and support Acting Communications Manager in responding to metrics for paid ads
- Research further marketing sites and/or opportunities
- Assist education team with responding to requests for information as needed
- Collect email lists for media and professional contacts for email blasts
- B.A. or B.S., preferably in marketing, advertising, or a related field
- Demonstrated experience assisting with marketing campaigns and social media campaigns
- Ability to work remotely
- Strong organizational skills with the ability to work independently while juggling competing deadlines
- Strong written communication skills
- Experience using Hootsuite
- Demonstrated ability to collect and interpret marketing analytics
- Experiencing using paid ads on Google and social media sites
- Experience marketing and advertising in a university or research setting
- Experience creating marketing materials for a variety of stakeholders
Salary: Pay will be between $16-20/hr depending on level of experience and expertise demonstrated in the cover letter, resume, and interview.
Application Information: Qualified applicants should submit resume and cover letter with subject title “START Marketing Assistant” to: Liberty Day at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, April 19, 2019 for best consideration.
13.) Internal Communications and Corporate Social, Pinnacle Propane, Irving, TX
14.) Sr. Manager, Corporate Communications – US Business Unit Plasma-Derived Therapies, Takeda Pharmaceutical, Boston, MA
15.) Associate Director, Gastroenterology Corporate Communications, Takeda Pharmaceutical, Lexington, Mass.
16.) Communications Lead, Takeda Pharmaceutical, Jakarta, Indonesia
17.) Vice President, Communications – MTV Entertainment Group, ViacomCBS Inc., Los Angeles, CA
18.) Communications Manager, Schechter Boston, NEWTON CENTER, MASSACHUSETTS
19.) Senior Manager, Corporate Communications and Investor Relations
Syros Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Cambridge, MA
*** From Bridget Serchak, who got it from Nikita Davis:
20.) Vice President Content & Channel Strategy (Social Media) Healthcare, Global PR Firm, NY, Boston, San Francisco
Exciting opportunity for a social media professional with experience in healthcare communications to join the healthcare practice of an award winning, well regarded public relations agency with offices in New York, Boston, Seattle, San Francisco, Portland, Austin, and Salt Lake City. The VP will lead social and digital strategy for healthcare clients spanning owned, earned, and paid elements. The ideal candidate has experience with high science, biotech, pharma, HCP and consumer facing campaigns, and the ability to collaborate with corporate and product communications. If interested, please reach out to Donna Fontana at email@example.com for more information. https://prtalent.com/job/124475051302724/
21.) Account Director (Labor Communications), 617MediaGroup, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS
22.) VP of Communications, Toptal, Fairfax, VA
23.) Corporate Communications/Public Relations Specialist, Franklin Templeton, Stamford, CT
24.) Manager, Investor Relations and Corporate Communications, Zymeworks, Seattle, Washington
25.) Communications Advisor, NTT DATA Corporation, Toronto, Ontario
*** From Bob Geller:
26.) Account Executive/SAE at Tech PR Agency, Fusion PR, NY, NY and Los Angeles, CA
Fusion Public Relations is looking for tech-savvy PR pros in NY and Los Angeles. Fusion PR is a New York/LA-based marketing and communications firm that specializes in technology, with clients ranging from billion-dollar companies to innovative startups around the globe.
Fusion’s services include public relations, brand & content development, social media, support for investment, product launches, and media training. Our team has an excellent track record in enterprise, B2B, mobile, software/apps, consumer electronics, telecom, insurance, fintech, adtech, biotech, blockchain, lifestyle and entertainment.
- Assist in developing and executing integrated public relations campaigns for the agency’s consumer and B2B tech clients
- Manage account work across multiple clients
- Create, present, and execute communication strategies ranging from quarterly content plans to pitches
- Pitch national outlets, regional outlets, and trade publications on behalf of Fusion PR clients; apply for company and leadership awards and event speaking opportunities for clients through written applications
- Write and edit corporate press releases, bylines, blog entries, social media posts, copywriting materials, pitches, bios, call for speaker and award applications, weekly agendas, monthly reports, and quarterly plans
Candidates seriously considered for this position will be enthusiastic, creative multi-taskers who are eager to learn, possess strong interpersonal skills, as well as demonstrate a keen interest in working with the media and performing well under deadlines. We value top-tier media relationships and results, strong writing and digital skills.
Reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org with JOTW in the subject line
27.) Senior Social Media Analyst, Pearson, Boston, Massachusetts
28.) Associate Director, Product Communications, Blueprint Medicines, Cambridge, Massachusetts
29.) Communications Manager, Pathway Vet Alliance & THRIVE, Austin, TX
30.) Brand & Creative Content (Video Editing) Intern, American Airlines, Fort Worth, TX
31.) Coordinator/Senior Coordinator, Communications, American Airlines, Fort Worth, TX
32.) Brand & Creative Content Intern, American Airlines, Fort Worth, TX
33.) Communications Specialist, Allegheny County Airport Authority, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
34.) Corporate Communications Director, REEF, San Francisco, CA
*** From Bill Seiberlich:
36.) Director, Prevention Product & Community Communications, ViiV Healthcare, GSK, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina; Washington Dc, District of Columbia; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
37.) Lead Copy Writer, Dorman Products, Colmar, PA
38.) Communications Coordinator, Saltchuk, Philadelphia, PA
39.) Head of Corporate Reputation Communications, Wells Fargo, Washington, DC
40.) PR Communications Marketer, Black Rifle Coffee Company, San Antonio, TX
41.) Senior Manager, Communications, Unidine, Compass Group, Boston, MA
42.) Communications Specialist (UZ-643A9), USAID Office of Waters, RiverTech, an Akima Company, Washington, DC
43.) Communications Manager, Moulton Niguel Water District, Aliso Viejo, California
44.) Manager, Marketing Communications, STERIS, MENTOR, OHIO
45.) Chief Marketing & Communications Officer, Winship Cancer Institute, Emory University, ATLANTA, GEORGIA
46.) Marketing Communications Specialist, Modis, Milpitas, CA
47.) Digital Communications Strategist, ACLU of Vermont, Montpelier, Vermont
48.) Lead Advertising & Marketing Communications, Nestle International, New York, NY
49.) Communications Intern, The Mining & Rollo Jamison Museums, City of Platteville, Platteville, Wisconsin
*** From Taylor Lewis:
50.) Digital Lead, BerlinRosen, NYC
51.) Strategic Communications Coordinator, HDR, PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA
52.) Associate Director, Executive Communications, The Nature Conservancy, Arlington, VA
*** From Mac’s List:
53.) Marketing Communications Coordinator, Oregon Association of Realtors, Salem, OR
54.) Outreach & Communications Director, Healthy Democracy, Portland, OR
55.) Director of Development and Communication, Ecology in Classrooms & Outdoors (ECO), Portland, OR
56.) Corporate Communications, Stripe, San Francisco, CA
57.) Corporate Communications Manager, Rivian Automotive, Irvine, CA
58.) Chief Communications Officer, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
59.) Director, Employee Communications, Charles Schwab, Austin, TX
60.) Communication Consultant, Stock Plan Services, Charles Schwab, Austin, TX
61.) Corporate Communications Coordinator, Edgewell Personal Care, Shelton, CT
62.) Senior Director, External Communications, Adtalem Global Education Inc., Chicago, IL
63.) Manager, Scientific Communications, Dicerna, Lexington, Massachusetts
64.) Marketing Communications Specialist, Eaton, Moon Township, PA
65.) Manager, Corporate Affairs & Communications (Consumer and Brand Communications), American Express, Tokyo, Japan
66.) Manager, Corporate Affairs & Communications (Colleague Communications), American Express, Minato-ku, Japan
67.) Call for Experts – USAID Global Waters Communications & Knowledge Management, The Cadmus Group, Inc., Bethesda, MD
68.) Senior Marketing Communications Advisor, ICBC, North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
69.) Communications and Stakeholder Engagement Officer, Wellington Sexual Abuse HELP Foundation, Wellington City, Wellington, NZ
70.) Communications Officer, Public Engagement And Insights, North America, LTE, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Washington DC
71.) Product Communications Assistant, Zoop, Los Angeles, CA
72.) Marketing Assistant – CLEAN WATER INITIATIVE, Hiring Now for Spring 2021, Elkins Park, PA
73.) Senior Manager of Content Marketing, The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, DUBLIN, OHIO
74.) National Communications Director, NEIGHBORHOOD ASSISTANCE CORP. OF AMERICA, Boston, MA
75.) Digital and Social Media Coordinator, NEIGHBORHOOD ASSISTANCE CORP. OF AMERICA, Boston, MA
76.) Media Specialist, NEIGHBORHOOD ASSISTANCE CORP. OF AMERICA, Boston, MA
77.) Internal Communications Manager, GE Healthcare, General Electric, Chicago, IL
78.) Director, Corporate Communications & Patient Advocacy, C4 Therapeutics, Watertown, Massachusetts
79.) Public Relations and Communications Assistant, GenesisSolutions, Hayward, CA
80.) Water Communications Support VISTA II, AmeriCorps, Water Bureau, City of Baltimore, Summer Associates, Baltimore, MD
81.) Corporate Communications Specialist, Asbury Automotive Group, Duluth, GA
82.) Communication Specialist 5, BravoTECH, Alpharetta, Georgia
83.) Coordinator, Marketing & Communications, Nat’l Assn of Chemical Distributors, Rosslyn, VA
84.) Marketing & Communications Specialist (UZ-980EE), Piper Jaffray, Minneapolis, KS
85.) Content and Communications Advisor, Wellington Zoo Trust, Wellington City, Wellington
86.) Marketing and Communications Associate for Advancement, Carroll College, Helena, MT
87.) Senior Communications Manager, Tealium, San Diego, CA (Remote)
88.) DIRECTOR, CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS & INVESTOR RELATIONS, Zealand Pharma, Boston, Massachusetts
89.) Communications Specialist – Indianapolis Transportation Corporation, IndyGo Indianapolis, IN
90.) Health Communications Specialist job, AVESHKA, ATLANTA, GA
91.) Director Of Marketing & Communications, Chicago United, Chicago, IL
92.) Copywriter, Hawaiian Airlines, Honolulu, HI
93.) PR & Social Media Strategist, Levelset, New Orleans, Louisiana
94.) Senior External Communications Specialist, Engage Partners, Inc., Sunnyvale, CA
95.) Head of Public Relations and Corporate Communications, Varo Money, San Francisco, CA
96.) Health Communications Leader, KARNA, Atlanta, GA
97.) Health Communications Specialist III, KARNA, Atlanta, GA
98.) Social Behaviour Change Communication (SBCC) Senior Officer, ASSISTANCE FOR FAMILIES AND INDIGENT AFGHANS TO THRIVE (AFIAT), Management Sciences for Health (MSH), Kabul, Afghanistan
99.) Communications Director, Management Sciences for Health (MSH), Port-au-Prince, Haiti
100.) Editorial Assistant, Management Sciences for Health (MSH), Arlington, VA
101.) Director, Customer Care & Communications Platform – Auto, Acuren Group Inc., Charlotte, NC
102.) Internal Communications Lead, HAVEN LIFE, NYC, NY
103.) Associate Director of Communications & Annual Giving, Delta Sigma Phi Foundation, Indianapolis, IN
104.) Communications Specialist, Massachusetts General Physicians Organization (MGPO), Partners Healthcare System, Boston, Massachusetts
105.) Director, Communications & Public Relations, Adler University, Chicago, Illinois,
106.) Account Director, imre health, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA
107.) Group Account Director, imre health, TOWSON, MARYLAND
108.) Creative Project Manager, imre, NEW YORK, NEW YORK
109.) Communications Specialist, OSF Healthcare, Peoria, Illinois
110.) Administrator/Communications Support, Home Instead, Cardiff, UK
111.) Strategic Communications and Advocacy Manager, Delivering Innovation in Self-Care (DISC), Population Services International (PSI), Nairobi, Kenya
112.) Senior Regional & Executive Communications Manager, IFS, Staines-upon-Thames, United Kingdom
113.) Executive Director-Communications, City Colleges of Chicago, Chicago, IL
114.) Corporate Communications Manager – Social Media, Linde, Danbury, CT
115.) Sr Marketing Communication Specialist, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Carlsbad, CA
116.) Communications Manager, The Center for Policing Equity, New York, Washington D.C., Los Angeles, CA
117.) Communications Manager, NZ Society of Anaesthetists, Wellington City, Wellington
118.) Communications and Event Coordinator, Snow Software, Austin, TX (Employees can work remotely)
119.) Internal Communications and Engagement Manager, CADRE, NYC, NY
120.) Director GPM Communications, Gartner, Stamford, CT
121.) Public Affairs & Multimedia Communications Specialist PA100/PROFS, ProSidian Consulting, LLC, Aiken, SC,
122.) Assistant Director Marketing & Communications (Undergraduate), Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey
123.) Communications Specialist, Panagora Group, Kathmandu, Nepal
124.) Communications Specialist, NOOM, NYC, NY
125.) Communications Associate, Change Elementals, WASHINGTON DC
126.) Communications Manager, Newton Wellesley Hospital, Newton, MA
127.) Internal Communications Manager, National Vision, Duluth, GA
128.) Executive Communications – Senior Communications Specialist, Ochsner Clinic Foundation, New Orleans, LA
129.) Vice President of Development & Communications, Food Bank of Eastern Michigan, Flint, Mich.
130.) ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, PUBLIC RELATIONS, Marketing & Communications, Strategic Comm, Boston University, BOSTON, Massachusetts
131.) Communications Advisor, Mothers Network, Wellington, NZ
132.) Communications Manager, PPG, PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA
133.) Marketing Communications Specialist, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY
135.) Global Communications Manager, Cabot Corporation, Boston, MA
136.) Communications Associate, Everytown for Gun Safety, NY, NY
137.) Senior Director of Corporate Communications, Repertoire Immune Medicines, Cambridge, MA
138.) Customer Communication Coordinator, Truck Country, Inc., Decorah, IA
139.) Communications Coordinator, Smith College, Northampton, MA
140.) Principal Associate, Brand PR, Corporate Communications, The Capital One, McLean, Virginia
141.) Director of Communications, National Brain Tumor Society, Newton, MA
142.) Communications Manager, Pinterest, Newton, MA
143.) Communications Manager (Kommunikasjonsansvarlig), Wolt, Øvre Slottsgate, Oslo, Norway
*** These are your JOTW alternative selections for this week:
144.) Bartender NA-03, U.S. Military Academy, Department of the Army, West Point, New York
*** Weekly Piracy Report:
037-21 24.03.2021: 1925 UTC: Posn: 01:17.0N – 104:18.1E, Singapore Straits.
Five robbers armed with knives boarded a bulk carrier underway. Master raised the alarm, crew mustered, and a search was carried out. Nothing reported stolen. Incident reported to VTIS. 2021-03-24
036-21 30.01.2021: 1930 UTC: Posn: 03:56.3N – 098:45.6E, Belawan Anchorage, Indonesia.
Two robbers armed with knives threatened a duty AB on routine rounds onboard an anchored LNG carrier. The AB retreated into the accommodation and informed the duty officer. Alarm raised, crew mustered, and local authorities notified. Seeing the alerted crew, the robbers escaped with the stolen ship’s properties. Port Control and Coast Guard responded and boarded the tanker to investigate.
*** Ball cap of the week: Towson
*** Coffee cup of the week: PMS 420 – LCS Mission Modules – Focused
for the Fight / Any Ship, Any Package, Any Time – Northrop Grumman
*** T-shirt of the Week: Wainiha General Store
*** Musical guest artist of the week: The Valentinos (The Womack brothers)
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*** Ha’ina ‘ia mai ana ka’puana
(And So The Story Is Told)
IABC World Conference 2021